When Star Wars first played on the silver screen, old Ben Kenobi told Luke Skywalker that he was taking his first steps into a larger world of Jedi Knights, people and planets, tales and stories, and a galaxy of dreams. This ever-expanding saga has brought us an age of heroes and villains to match any in literature, one adventure at a time.
Now it's your turn to add to that galaxy far, far away on Star Wars Fanon, the Star Warsfanon and fan fiction wiki, where you—yes, you!—can write and post all of your Star Wars stories. Presented on a wiki that anyone can edit, this site brings out the true imagination of its writers and allows everyone to fulfill their writing dreams.
Dive on into Star Wars Fanon and its tens of thousands of stories by learning all about the site today!
Fanon is the lifeblood of this wiki. These are fan ideas for all sorts of new Star Wars stories that are posted on wiki pages, and ones that generally aren't written as fan fiction novels or short stories. That's what this wiki was founded as: a repository of fan creativity. There are characters and governments, wars and battles, and even science and technology—and let's not forget the planets that make the galaxy far, far away a whole lot bigger, one fan idea at a time.
If you're reading this, odds are you have some ideas too. If you want to see the best that Star Wars Fanon has to offer, in order to help you with your writing, check out our Good Articles and Featured Articles!
Fan fiction, like Golden Age of the Republic: Hidden Truths shown on the left, is Star Wars fiction written by fans for fans. The stories take place in the legendary galaxy far, far away, but none of it is official canon. Fan fiction is done for fun and can sometimes be a community effort. Entire websites and organizations devoted to fan fiction exist, making it a social exercise shared by thousands if not millions of fans of both Star Wars and other franchises and genres.
Krill’s counselor had recommended that he write down his thoughts and dreams in a journal to be able to get them out of his mind. This would help him process the event and get rid of the torture he suffered from recalling the mission night after night. Krill complied to convince the advisor he was getting better, but the truth was—the journal merely enhanced his thoughts.
Krill placed the writing utensil down on his desk and stared at his paper. He had written two pages thus far and could keep going another five if his hand had not started hurting. The pain throbbed in his right wrist as his arm started twitching. He knew he had to stop for a moment, but he feared that if he did, he would lose his train of thought. He had to write. He had to get it out of his mind. He could not dwell on that night. He could not remember it anymore.
For three years Krill had dealt with it. Three years was enough. His left arm started twitching. He felt a cold sweat setting in. His breathing hastened. His heartbeat quickened. Krill had to finish his train of thought. Quickly cracking his knuckles and neck, Krill picked up the writing utensil and put it back to his paper.
Darthipedia is the Star Wars humor wiki, containing a number of joke and parody articles centered around both canon and fanon concepts and creations—some of which are based around Star Wars Fanon. (Read more…)